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TORONTO (Reuters) - Grief-stricken relatives of passengers killed aboard an airliner shot down by Iran over Tehran last month are grappling in Canada with the daily challenges of long-distance funeral arrangements, empty homes, cars left in driveways and unpaid bills.
PARIS (Reuters) - Christopher Lan toughed out road blocks and red tape in his scramble to get himself and his family on an evacuation flight out of the Coronavirus epicentre and home to Canada.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In federal court and on the Senate floor, lawyers for President Donald Trump have argued that the U.S. Constitution confers on a president broad protection from scrutiny by Congress, prosecutors and the judiciary for his actions.
LONDON (Reuters) - An estimated 500,000 European Union nationals in Britain have yet to apply for a new immigration status, which most will need to remain in the country after Brexit.
ALLIANZ Malaysia Bhd ushered in the Lunar New Year with a fusion lion dance performance by Kok Ngai Lion Dance Club featuring the kompang (a traditional Malay hand-held drum) and the dhol (usually seen in bhangra performances) at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
The Subang Jaya Community Youth Football League (SJCYFL) celebrated their 20th anniversary by kicking off the 2020 season with the participation of over 260 youths who represented their respective teams.
BEIJING: A good team makes great things work. Malaysian Ambassador to China Raja Datuk Nushirwan Zainal Abidin (pic) has praised his team for the smooth and successful repatriation mission in Wuhan.
SINGAPORE: Thailand’s largest retailer, Central Retail Corp, priced its initial public offering (IPO) near the top end of an indicative range, in a deal worth about US$2.5bil, making it the country’s largest IPO this month.
Tesco said that it was carrying out a strategic review of its Thai and Malaysian businesses after receiving interest. A sale of the Asian operations would allow the supermarket chain to get an infusion of cash to continue a restructuring of its core UK business that has cut thousands of jobs.
HUAZONG does not oppose the Teaching and Learning of Science and Mathematics in English (PPSMI) for secondary schools, but insists that they must be taught in the mother tongue at the primary level for vernacular schools, reported Sin Chew Daily.